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Laurel Ash Stevens

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Laurel Ash Stevens Obituary

November 28, 1982 - May 20, 2017

Laurel Ash Stevens of Lakeland, Florida, passed away peacefully at her home on May 20, 2017 with her family by her bedside. She fought a brave battle with cancer for four years. Laurel was an inspiration to all that knew her.

Laurel was born in Colusa, CA on November 28, 1982 to Derrick and Stephanie Ash. Laurel attended Colusa schools and graduated with the Class of 2000. Afterwards, she traveled and studied in Spain, Morocco and New Zealand. In 2006, she completed a BA in International Relations from Humboldt State University.

In 2009, Laurel and her husband, Corey Stevens moved to Florida to start their family. Laurel worked as an esthetician at the End Results Salon Spa where she made lifetime friendships with her clients and co-workers.

Laurel is survived by her three children who are the pride and joy of her life, Samantha, Charlie, and Rosemary; her husband Corey; her mother Stephanie Boggs Lewis, her father Derrick Ash; her grandmother Marlene Boggs, and her siblings Sadie, Jordan, and Jaycee; nephew Declan and nieces Liza and Polly; and many aunts, uncles, and cousins and dear friends.

Laurel was preceded in death by her grandparents Logan and Barbara Ash, grandfather Garvin Boggs, aunt Heidi Boggs, and stepfather Bill Lewis.

To those who knew her, Laurel will be remembered as a friend to all and a devoted wife and mother.

Laurel's celebration of life ceremony will be held at 9:00 am on June 10, 2017 at the Masonic Lodge in Williams, CA.

In Lieu of flowers, the family is asking for donations be made to the Magnolia Montessori Academy: Laurel A. Stevens fund. This is for the renovation of the preschool playground, where Laurel volunteered with her children. http://magnoliamontessoriacademy.com/mma/donate/Laurel-A-Stevens-Fund/

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Published in Appeal Democrat on June 8, 2017
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